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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 8, 1916, L. (WLBKKT DUPUCH, Editor ind Proprietor. OKKICK: Corner„ShlrU v 6. Charlotte Sis A assau, N. P., Bahamas II IONIC 900. P. o. BOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, We.lnr . Friday— ingle copjr Tuesday, and Thursdaytingle cob* lay -sinijle copy Weeklv ... Monthly ... ... ... ISQuarterly ,„ Half Yearly Q % Nearly ." jffc. I'AYABLK IN ADVA NT I ^ witi-iny lUtes:-Sit nence per line for first insertion; three pence -i line %  econd inMrtion ; Hitbne|ie:in) ,..-• iinr ioi mnaquent UIKI Ttbe tribune Silvirdcy. July 8. I9lh We reproduce the follow our boys have gone over before, most of whom are now at the front. Some of them have already fallen, and their names have been inscribed on the Roll of Honour. More are needed and we have still plenty of the physically fit who can be spared. Conic boys! join upand bike YOUR share in the Empires glorious victory over the enemies of liberty. — :o: — We had the pleasure i f a visit to Mr. H. K. M. John son's Ice Plant on Thursday morning last, ThePlant re presents a large investment, and it is quite an addition to the Colony It is expect ed to be ready for workabout next month. Its ca parity is 20 tons of ice per day. We were very favourably are invited. The subject to be considered,—"The Gather ing of Israel." mg from "The Fires.d. Mag impressed and think azme, which is published in Mr. Johnson's efforts in this Oxford, England bj Master way deserve the highest ere r. W IJnnn. He ,.vtri,t 1." F. W. Dann. This extract reveals the opinion of a school b >y concerning "slark< and though perhaps .1 little extravagant in tone, shows the temper of .the "'Old Conn t ry" is roused, and that she will not tolerate any shirk ing of duty now. SLACKERS. 1 S/iorr. description of a man who will not risk his skin to we hit flag. You have seen him often, i hat man, a fine specimen of physical fitness, who saun j ters aimlessly along smoking j u i y> lhe ',. %  • I >ve 1 %  \ ards. The >lai r is an 1 >ul ast, V mi bl >i m whom we would no; tl -igu to touch. ONE TO THE SOLDIER. Talking of slackers re minds me of a story I re id in a newspaper the other day The scene, took place, inside a 'bus where one young g< nl lem in physically fit, but not in khaki was hanging to a strap A soldier on short I Mtvefrom the Front rose from his seal and addressing the slacker said politely lake my seal Miss." Two more, of on voting P tchtd via Mil men left Massu yesterday," 1 I MB ? wil in response tothecallof Em n i1 ''":'" pire; Messrs. Hen* is n R, l l '' 4 !" "*•! Butler, and NeVille 1). Sands They go to Canada to join one of the Canadian Contin gents We wish them "God speed." Quite a number of SHIPPING The S.S. Monterey arrivrd 'from Havana on Thursday evening, 6t!i July. The motor vessel France* E. arrived yesterday (Friday) afternoon, 7th July from Mia mi, 1'la. with a cargo of furniture and Doors, and the following 31 p tssengers: Messrs. Thomas A1 bury, I red Seymour; Thomas Rus ; sell, Jeremiah Strai han, Hen derson Strachan, John H. Johnson, Daniel Miller, \i. S. Stratton, Reuben Rolle, Haz iasMcKenzie,John VV Davis, Joseph V. Griffin, Ike Mannings, Alfred Cornelius, Jolin Major, Osborne Carey, Me h k Nixon, Wilfred Cli ai J II. Deverrie, William Zack Carej Eric Bannister, Robert Hutcheson, Willie Bodie, II. Mathei 11,1..; Mesdames Ellen Gibson, Mai ion Clai ke, R. S. Stratton, Dinah M Kinnev, Rebecca Edwards; Miss Clotilda Black. The S.S. Monterey sailed for New York yesterday afternoon (Friday) taking' the following passengers: Messrs George E. Church, Henders n R. Butler, Neville. D Sands, K. E. Hatch, Geo T. Knowles, T. G. N. Bethel, Hon. and Mis. J. Ronald Young, Ma-tcr J. Ronald Young, Rev. and Mrs. C. R. C. Wal 1 field and infant, Mrs. E. Danenhower, E. S. M. Moore, I )relia A1 bury, Ed C. Griffin and infant, C. O. Andi rson; Misses Ida M. Connell C Mansfield, E.A. Duncombe, I onoi Mi Ni il, Mabel Ste venson, Master John Danenhower. Messrs. Theopbilus I'. Knowles, II. W. s. Garner; Mi sdames Annie Pariss, Eu phemia I lavisand a children, Leonora Rodgers and son. Messrs. R. C. Adderley, Thos L. (Griffin, Stanley A. Heat—Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after • Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House Svinmonette; Mis Julia ton. Cargo shipped per Monterey, hound for York July 7th: 211 hah s ol Spi >nges, .5-1 bales Refuse Sponges, IIIA hales Sisal, 70 hales Sisal Waste, 1 -' I ISI S 01 Canned Pat s. S. New Pineapples, 14 barrels K. C M II. A, tol.e;, 'mem lie Libraries on the Islands, v i z: — Green Turtle Cay,Abaco. Augustus Roberts, Hei bert (i. Higgs. Governor's Harbour, Eleu.— Rev.. Herbert Moon, Wilbcrt I). Griffin. Rock Sound, lileu.-R ev. 1.. A. Wide, Miss Lottie Sands. I" irpitm Bay, Bleu.—Mrs. S. C). Carey, J. J. VY. Knowles. Harbour Island lileu. — Rev. A. I.. Horner. William E. Higgs. tnagua.—J. D. Albury, A. L. S\ iniiioneite. Hope Toicn, Abaco. — Richaid Everitt Ihompson, Thomas Hutchins Malone. His Excellency the Governoi has a< cepted the resig nation from the Civil Si rvii e of the Bahamasof John Stan ley Lowe, temporary Cadet, with effect from the 30th inst. His Excellency the Gov errior has bi en pleas. ( | t,, make the following appoinl ments:— lion J. R. C. Young, M in each month instead weeklv as h letolore. ol Tenders will be r< 1 eivi d at the offii e ol the Board ( I Politage up to noon on Mon da) 10th inst. foi the painting and overhauling of the Buoys m lhe Harbour and ancorages of New Provi dene e. BORN —On Thursday, 6th July, to the wife of Mr. Edv Roberts, Lightkeepi r. Greal Isaacs a 11 Radiograms 7fh July, 1916. London, 5:—The entire second position of the Gei mans South of the So'mmc ovei an extent of approxim ately six miles has fallen into the hands ol the French who have a | 80 captured t|, village ol Hem near the Northern extremity of theii lineand have completed their conquest of 1st.,, Shells, 22 empty Steel bai he, of the Board of Health •British line hasapparrels, 10 packed 'king for the Colony, vire Dr. VV enll v f;llle '' '"'advance e\pots, a packages sundries. A. Pitt, resigned, and for "P. 1 1 iii^ertnin 1 : '•' lhe rein lining period of |h, COMMUNIC \Tl l> trendirrg3is( March, 1917, CRICKET A pui it in A ho, i . t| %m iquare, Ntw Yorkrity, thui defined tin -A s; me is a long, limber i • oui %  ne oul. .in "ii the other." -Pippin. • %  M ,. THE SAME WAY. It was an auk \ •,,„, \.,, ., "' : toi I Mi,-,. "Colonel," lie laid, "how o %  ,„ f e ,.| when you kill ;u,. ,'" '• i"" I." the Col ml now do you 1' 1 ireign MAILS. Mails Mian -*:o:i Services in the Adventisl Chapj Shirley Street a I night July 9th, ti A match beivecn the K. I. C C. and the VV. J. C. C. was played yesterday 1 Friday), nnd resultt d in an easj victorj for th"\Viiss;iu" Bpys; the "Sur rev I'nixs" pi av. I firsl nnd com piled the respei table icori 35 ; the "Wasseu" replied with ou 1 npr to. i!:f! superiority Pickering ami O. John patting. ui n match will he pin \ riday evening next o em Parade. n %  1: — FROM IT NOTICES. has hee n Blinate tl|.. of Pub. tors as the Hiilish wai offii e puts it. None of the ground ^ain 'a! bv I'M itish was u c , '•' ". x ->IMISII was oeen lost I W.SauB* rstobe 1'nl,lll)U ., ver ;m(| J he Vaccinator for rlatch.l statement of tlw British tha ,,;,V K I "" the fighting all Mong the D wr w1 hattle frrnit has mostly in !• \\. >a„-„le,s to be a4 l hcnatureoflocal tl £ member ol the heed Board for ihe possession of stfong of Works and of f h Local positions would seem to i"J\ Board d Health for Gregory rat,e that ench side is' devot 1 own and Halchel Bay, Eleu. for the remaining period of the ve.ir Hiding 51st March, 19.17. SEPARATION AtLOWANCE. Not ii e is given that aftei the 39th inst. all pe s< us entilled to Separation Allowance, in connect ion with the Bahamas Contingent, will he paid on the last Saturday ing particular attention lo the organization of its posi lions and the strengthening • fits hand for further attacks or defense. The number of German prisoners reported by the British and Frem h hasreai h ed about 16.000 w hile the German losses have been un officially estimated al 60 000. X



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• • The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 8, 1916, >t — On their pan I he Germans rep >it tlte taking oi'M con siderable lunnber of British soldiers. London, 5: Heavy light ing c yftinuud 1 hroughoul the night in tlte neighbour hood ol Vncrees an I Sdmme s.ivsin ()fjicial st 1 lenient whuh was given out here to ,1 ry. We made funItei pr< 1 gress it certaip important points. German artillery li %  l) %  < %  :) intensely active In cci tain sectors. In thr 11 ugiibourhood of Thiepvil two determined at tucks on our new trenches were beaten off with losses to the enemy. I'll re were 110 important devel >p units "" the rest of our front.. Ii tnd-to liarjd fighting and bombing he t w i) the Aocre and Hie S )in u • Five hundred more pris mere have been taken by ;: i since 1 he nu nb \t Last n p irted, Washington, 5 —Eai ly re sumption nl fj idridly diplom atic c mversatii >ns with the dej icto g<(vernmenl of Mi xi ca to the end that peace and order m iv be restored in Northern Mexico and along I border is expected ; 1 i >d iv i.i he the n xt step. 0 the Iruited Mate-, in its rein tions with its Southern neighbour. I'lie crisis prei ipi tuted by Villa's raid on Columbus Mew Mexico and cul ininattng in the light at Car rizel I" t wei n American and .Mexican troops appear ed tonight to have been dis sipated by an amicable note from General Carranza presentc'd today by Ins amb 1 1 dor designate here. The note suggests that dif nces between the govern mi nts be s-'tt led by in' dia lion or by direct negotiations It is rein 11 kable for it brevi ty. Its respe tful and friend Iv tone and absolute lack of WMMpgtoig -The Hurricane caused m.ich damage in Missis* S D P'. Main,,, I |.'|, and many ll\ es are reported lo have been I • :o: Bi itisli BteAmer Lestris near the English coast tokio, 7: \ Russian, Japen convent ion w as signed at Pel royrad on July 31 rj. li pro hart fuly 1016 I on,Ion r 1 J 1 "" nrrangemeiil or '• ""'ion, (,, (.,,,, mans |. I1M| ^-*hed violtul counter attacks m ho,,,, of stopping Pre .,!, "/my. Both e :ds of jiiffre'i [•ne under heavy attacks but I'-his reports that thev h repulsed sue. essfully. Situation in tin Verdun re K ,0 / remains itnchangred British claim furtherprogn ss 1 '"' Vustro irmans loses 111 I'-ast aie declared to be nearly 500 %  men. half "' whom are prisoners. Im mense qaantitj of war muni t*orre wen captun d. Mobile, Alabama. 6: -'I M fides thai the pai lies take political combination dire< ainsi Russia r Japan. If the parties tei 1 itoria I 1 ights r special in ten -t in the Far Easl are men i Japan nnd Russia will consult each other on measure to support and d Ira I these rights and interests. — :o: — THE OriNQ SUFFER NOT. I he act ol dying, il is now av ei tained, is absolute!) free from suffei ing : it is really 1 1 ns :ious, insensibility al 1 eding it. Any anguish I al i mortal %  I In LOGWOOD SISAL W Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) Logwood sold at 2\ p. c. according to quantity s >W at 1 i |> c according to quantity Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments Offices:—j |2 Lav St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Xe.11 City Market. STOCK PRODUCE """ "o 0111 '" east '7 lives and iheck) %  who Property dam ,g e which may have 1 ota several million dollars had been sun 1,1 l,,e tropical stoirni which bom,witness. Sudden 1 ;: :'' l '' l ; 1 ( lf coast violent death, shocking to .;\V 7' 1 IV and ''.hurwlay the senses, maj not I bably is not. painful victim. I )iow uing, hanging, freezing, shooting, falling from a height, poisoning of many kinds, beget st m or 01 numbness of the nerv s, which i; incompatible with 1 v been ri ported with '"'•'' '" ally every town in 'he devastati d district heard from. Ml Ike d( atlis thus f.,r report ed nee,in,-,, 1 Thursday mar Be I't, Uab upa. All were Ne groes. Resorts a4ong the coast in the vicinity of Mobile have not been heard from and it is feared ibere IMV have |, ee|) Home fatalities at those plai es. rhere was no loss nf life in ei1 Mobile ,,, %  Pensacola (lie large*) cities in the storms path according to messai ived from those placi Washington, 7th : -The \m ei lean note formally accepting ranzas proposal th.it differ : Hied by direct nego tiation has been handed to the Mexican Ambassador. I'" f*i . Pah Excellei the 1 an I Lady A liardyce. A CONCERT B H 2nd. Bahamas Girl Guides in S. Andrew's Hall on lues day, August 1st in aid of th< Ked Cr NOTICE T HIS is li inform my Patrons and the Public, that I di \ e opend my Public DI Smith SI and anr 1 H adj to do anything in the lim ofGi neral n pair01 new woi k Horsi %  shoi ing a spe ially. All work done Mechanically P. A. HUY1 ER. Si n-at ion. Pi rsons w ho hare j met with such accidents, and survived them, testify to tins Records to the effect are mini ber less.— Jnnius H. Browne. SUFFERING A Sermon for the fourth Sunday after Trinity. Romans \ 111, 18. "1 reckon thai the sufferings of this present time ur future life is to he a glori ous one. J. Its duration is eternal, while the Sufferings are only for "this present time." 3. It is "to be revealed," sa\s St. Raul, this means thnt all men will one day see that God public Iv owns US as I I is children. 4. Theglory will berevealed "ill us", and not only to US. It will satisfy our dei pesl longings, This text, then, shows the ground ol our Christian 1 lope, a hope which has sustained the children of God in every age when they have witnessed to Christ by their labours and suf fenngs—our ancient hymns of the Church, (such as the "Te Deum") are the songs of God's people who have suflered much, but the Glory lias quenched their pains. Our text is the statement of a Saint of God who has added up the profit and the loss of suffering, and he says, when lie has compared the two, "I reckon" (that is, I deli berately calculate) that the suf fering of this present lime are not worthy to he compared with the glory which shall be reveal ed in us." 1 '1 ntim I %  m 1 .-t page) ly of farmers in England adopt 1 i< solution "te 1 re ;if fai a !, to real tune, as shown by the sun, in the arian, I work on the farms ami to lake as little notice as we can ol the sham time that will be shown by public clocks." I lofortunately, when a whole nation is shamming the sincere minority have little chance for a heanng, and in all probability the farmers will hud it con venient soon, 1 or hit, 1 to fall in •• %  ith the laid. It is tpue that on the i'n~i day (d summer tin e they were l< yallj I at I.,


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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 8, 1916, --?^!H! Waltham Watch at Low Price. ONK-THIHD SAVED, or 18.57 Is Our Low Price lor this On t' 18 SUB. I nil Until 1 m; K LlU blLVKK or 10 Vf'H' irantccd GOLD-FILLLI) 7 JEWEL Wa.lhftlii M 35/ptiiaai % % % %  tww WL,I>-1 ibbiit/ v n.-H", %  7 JEWEL VVa.sliH ^ .*^V. SLA ,J ... *S pinnweli|lit hrlca £12 160 KIM ^BB 7* i.....,.n I, ...nil, ,l I i I MI i, .. ,nut!t.-l or EN..I ^ % %  Mttffl'' %  ',<•* • • n. ub fhtaM IM Oarwr iiiinnl In earn %  M'l W' %  / nt'vlnftl ^yib' <.u .ru.ll .M.l.la M irf I..M.I. lull!.!. l>atM. or ^^^^^^^ Mn.Co'd-Fllled i iranti U Years Sol. Solid Gold < v, in. %  i ltc\ Solid Odd I i DR/ftKz Welch's Grape uuice. I 'ni>lra V\ ) KKKK 01 CHAKOK. inj v. i. Case sold b] a thai man oat wltnln tl of year* FREE CATALOGUE UMA YOU our Complex lliustr.tted Catalogue sIvinM a ,ii of nearly atnousand .rUs, and Aitn-ii'Mi Wtiu-Iu-s, Including a %  %  1 over sou Wfalthioi WaUsbea, alto I ae 14 .1 ; t %  r. ....:.Write to-day for this Inter.' nnl Catalogue. It will -1 Mm %  IVTIMV KI %  Pounds. duality considered we rtun antaa to show you a savin* of at least ONK-'i .:' Ii. % %  ! %  w!i I In full. Inclm i %  • ai i paid oat i .... i Ranh for ih. Bankers: I.-.t"l"'i city mnl Midland Bank,Ltd-.4i,Co I.mrliuid. blKCIAI. WAR GUAHANTKK WK GUARANTEE the safe delivery of all our Goods durum tin\* i thou it in trai %  I hem Hliw)lnt.-l I I.I i i >l CllAl.GI V Ti Walthwm Movement. 16 !" 6X1 %  % % %  i tttiiilic-hr.fi IRdfit Manufacturers and Merchants, %  MaW, teinprred ite< Whole>ale and Export, barn>l l avpoai whet % fully FEARS LTD. 198. BRISTOL BKIDG). BRISTOL, England. tfiiaranlMd for FIVE Yrnrt. % % % %  ^MBBaBBlMalaWB^aBBBBBW JBBHBBMnB J SXSSSA&VfWQ Keeping Guard HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen must bear in this season of national peril, other than lighting for the flag. Not the least of these 11reserving the balance ol trade. T -THI SHOE H STUBS MI guard, and in spite of the advancing pi ice of leather ind the increase in the wages of the factory workers, have succeeded in securing'the largest order of its history. This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up 2io casls containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all, all marked with the Big Four's Slogan With these reinf able to keep the eneinj High Pi ARROW COLLAR If you will give these collars a trial and keep track of their many trips to the laundry you will soon appreciate their worth. OS SAI.K AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLl'l.n, PEABOOY ACO., Inc. MAKERS, Tld IV. N. V. V., S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE 1' \< lusive Agent. Thp "Best" Light. A S )PT, luminous light, whirl] rasts no shadow. Brighter than electricity or acetylene. Makes and bums its own gas. Cost 2 cents a week. No diit, smoke nor odor. ()\-1 r 20O styles, ranging from too i" 2000 candle piw< r Absolutely guaranteed. Write For illustrated catalogue, THE BEST LIGHT CO. 324 /•. "5th St., Canton, 0. NOTICE During my absence from the Colony, Mr. J. Samuel Knowles will act as my Attorney. G. T. KNOWLES, Prop. Big 4 ShOf Store. Nassau, June 7, 1916. PRICES. {jiarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints. Is. 4d., 15s. per do/. | Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per do/.. 1 Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per do/.. $ BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Phone 214 East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethel 1 • holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits MTJ 1 mit limn corners ina? rely on purchasing at the old price! in spitof Tariff rumours aud rising quotations iu the Markets abroad. G, T, KNOWLES, rop Big4, Bay B l [Spong* I lianj %  LOST. ^ 1 .terday, July 6—A quantity of Milk Bills. Finder, Bis Pour will be kindly return to 1 its territpTand T. Mr KNOWLES, "r TRIBCME OPPICB. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his fi ii nds and the Public that hhas just ceiyed 9 te 0 lfi< T facilitii c %  In business "I an undertaker, vv Inch pl< 1 S I.im in n position I'" "I y out f uncials thai may be enlrusU d to his with system and d patch ; and ifullv soli Get my e 1 1-1 and prove tha hey are for it 1 laSS work. Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund Under the auspii es of THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THI BAHAMAS Patron His Excellencj s>ir William 1. Allardyce, K. C. M. G.,Governor Appeal Commit tee Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, M E. C. Honourable Hatcunrl Malcolm, K. C. I. S Hilton, Esquire.' Honourable J R.C Young, M E C. O. F. Pikcliard, Esquire J.onourable William Miller, M. L.C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M II M. Rae, Esquire. 11. A Esquire. Honorar I. (\ P.i i(<\ M. 11, A Kj 1 e, Cyril F. Solomon, Esquire, I Dont Forget WM. HILTON \\.\-. St. has INE ASSORTMEN1 [ v liitc siunme IC\ UDINH ,-" 1 sriII suitabidies, Skirls at i/Sold by W. Hilton 260 Hay St



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LATEST RADIOGRAMS >.yietrl Hamy bound mauc-Ar lo ihe l)na.ma.a of no .Master. Vol. XIII. No. 19* NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULYS. 1916 Price. THREE CENTS The Summer Of Decisi ,on. -(•at. THREE 1 with lie, I ', national convenl ions, .1 lull measure of puli excitement, have served minnent.il -i 1 v to divert A men J can attention fro II the progress, "f events in Europe. Otldl) Ml >u-41), in this relatively Iu iel l>e(iod there ha* taken pi ire a i 'in irkable i hange in the out v.ml ippearanee of affairs. Unless all signs fail we annow inching the creates I crisis i id' Germ in conditions? TI.e q lestion can only be decided by the events of this summer, but it is lair to say now thai the Vllies beli ve thai it exists *u4 that their whole strategy is founded Oil this beJM f. It is true that the German arm\ of I,,i' is n( >l i|, e ,n mv ,,| in |. The belt* i part of the men who marched to Pai is, of. Reels and soldiers alike, have in th w .r"s .hisiocy since the long disappeared from the bat I'"'' 1 "f tll M irne. He line. Those who Lave filled So far three great campaigns] theii places are brave soldiers: mam trained officers icmain; but the flower of that army whi( h so nearly repi ated Xa poleon's greatest triumphs is no more. Aid with it has dwould be fatal if it came. The alliance against Germany stands us firm-*as that which j overthrew Napoleon in 1813 '14; the condil i ons are the same ; the odds against G< 1 many are at least comparable to those against France. The Allies will not be over hasty in striking, because it is doubtful if they can ever deal another blow comparable with that which is now to be expected. But no one can doubt that the blow is BOOH to fall and that the summer aiulautumnare to decide whether the war is tobe a drawn battle or a Germande i feat. Germany's supreme effort in the.offensive came in 1914;! si qi 4 to M, y ioi_i. and the parted much of the legend of her second blow, in 1915. wai .errrtan attack on Russia, German invincibility andof the|eal but inferior. She must .Inch lasted from May to Sep moral "Ijff that came from the now endure the first organized of the contestants, si^nallv in have been fought: the German attack on France, which lastd fr >!ii \ugust to November, 1914; the Russian attack on Austria, which endured from August, 1 .1 |. (J w tember, IQ15. If one chooses, faith that Germany could ,. is possible to make a fourth he opposed, checked, even ten, „f he. grealenemies. Since of the Austro-Germau attack porarilv halted. The legend of Waterloo there has been no upon Serbia, but this was rela Sedan died at the Marne,asth campaign so ehormous in its tivelv mmor and political be: "suri of Austerlitz" set at Leip meaning to mankind as that of | '"V.' ",' V f S ,n ' ,;,rv %  tins summer must be, and since Each ofthe three campaigns, [„ the contest so far Germany ,8.3 no contest involving men led to eliminate one has lost 4,000,000 men. She has of sn m anv nationalities. As lied not won a victory in the larger numbers, there is nothing in t M irpose, but the sense, she bat made no great .history to compare with the immediate resequences of the advance since Sept. niber, 191c. ,„, sts thal are now to marc!l to three were' to leave Germany lo i,)i 4 she told her people fight and *o die. and Austria in possession of France would disappear in six much conquered '-rritorv. onlv weeks, and France has not dis THE EXTRA HOUR IN EUROPE, overbalanced by the loss nM appeared. In 19.5 she told her In all the countries that bavs -erman colonies and the use of people that Russia would disap adopted the late Mr. Willett'l M S '" , 11 .i • f r ear a military power in a plan for saving day-light the Now, tlie cardinal doctrmeot few months and Un^is iarnan . 1 1 i• ... ex% monrns, ano KUSSI& IS com people seem to have adjusted term in mihtarv writing has %  ,, hackvirtnriniia fn.m een that dermanv urns allnck prnth to Priori ShrinM !•.. %  .1 -r J • %  11 T. O„J tu n > r 11 r "P ei sue told liei the reformed timetable. 1 here and that < lerman success r-nuld neonle last nninnm lint g farm riusisprecselvtlieNapoleomc happened. On the contrary, e,s and agncul. irists. 1 doctrine, successfully asserted Russia, France, Britain with in the Aurterlitz, Jena and,|talv into the bargain, are Wgram campaigns. standing. Last year' Germany and would be" back punctualTy Wa II know, hat Napoleon I whispered the magic word of next October beloedI tO rtcon cm pire hnallv collapsed because neacc to her own nennln n.^i 1 r .1 W T his enemies were able to parry I h^rewas, ope-ce He t'h' T"l ? ''T W '' 0 ', ,pr,n his first des.ru, (ive thrust both C u^ X ^u. ,t ^ ^ er ? ,,,Sl "'''"''f T %  41 \t 1 • .1 V • ta < nas f,one out into tne posed to tamnenn" wnh thr in the Moscow ami in the Leip• j market places of the world and dock iam P M,n B m !" t,,e zie campaigns, and finally to clamored A Special : Appeal • on Behalf of B tH Jrim 6,-H n lU A a\ agriculturists. I'erliaps the assurance that the hour was only borrowed for the summer peace — victorious Another circumstance that overpowerhiinbybrutestreng.hlpeace," to be sure, and the anma, have made iI easfer for B V nd M | J was""', r b \ UZe VrX lmS C me "' ar,,llei >'ove'rsensitive patriots n Fig -nd he_ was outnumbered and) Now, it is plain thai within hand was that the an compelled M Igbt three or four afew weeks, withinVwo monlh. 'cSs^e HV^7 firTt : X CP ; „ :. .. at t!l lt,s t. the Allies plan to they been left alone, then Come .lent with this un.fica attack on all fronts. Perhaps in England would tion of the enemies of Napoleon j the Russinn victories art the was the drying up of the mili first signal. Austrian collapse tary spirit of France and the already recalls the days of l.em gradual annihilation of those | berg—but in the Lcniberg time splendid armies born of the; Germany could turn east, for Revolution, trained in the mar ; France and Britain were star/...Ml.... 1..I '_. _!__ ( I vellous cycle of vic'ories f;om Jemappes to Wagram and commanded by men who had earnGerman Had reform have amounted to accommodating the standard meridian of Green vvich to that of Rerlin—a trifl ing consideration, perhaps, but one which might mean much in these days of unreasoning Naturally a Healthy Mo.*.er should feed her own efail I. and no cause, save inability, should prevent her d Bat I r u mothora who, though willing, cannot wholly or even in'riiiilly, nurse their children Either t no milk for them, or it i> poor in quality a-id deficient in BUI %  nance, The Question then arises what food should be given to Baby. Carefully consider tliihighly Important point. Remember, that the right food, given at the proper w will lay a sure foundation for future health and hapj knees. Ordinary row's milk is totally unsuitable as a food for young infants; it is acid, contains indigestibli curd and la frequently swarming with dang rungerms, especially in summertime. Farinaceous Foodsmust not begiven,aa a child under six months of age cannot digest starch. A Satisfactory Solution ofthe difficult problem of feeding children by band is provided by using the 'Alleiiburys Foods. Prepared as directed, these pure Foods elo-ely resemble healthy mother's milk in composition, nutritive value and digestibility. They are the outcome of prolonged scientific investigation, carried out with all the resources of wide manufacturing facilitiea and experience. Decide to use she 'Allenburys' Foods. Bj so doing the many serious ailnents which foil .. lh< use of un will be avoided, and Baby will be equipped with sound health and strength. The Method of Simplicity and Certainty zMlmbmgd Foods MILK FOOD No. I. From birth to 3 monthi. MILK FOOD No. 2. From J to 6 months. MALTED FOOD No. 3. From 6 moolbs upwards. The 'Allenburys' Rusks (Malted). A useful a.Miiien io babr'i data!* SUM 10 BMettu oil and ifter. The 'Allenburyj' Food are mide und-r jpei i.il procetie* by maejlinary, and re entirely untouched by hand. fWrlte tor tree book "Infant Feeding and Manifcmrnl" 64 naoca of vmlnnUle Inl matlon tor every muffler. Allen 8 A 1715. Hanburys Ltd., London, England. EitabhV. l 200 Years. A.D. 1915. ^X^e^'^^f^t^Jf^^ Raring under the first blow, national jealousy. Today v.ermanv cannot turn east without exposing herself ad their, commissions on the j to deadly peril in the west. If field of battle. In 1813 France she draws the troops back from was weary Ol warand theGrandthe Balkans a blow will follow —Italy is already on the offensive. PatienUy there has come about the thing Bernhardi feared and, fearing, foretold Army w is mainly a host of recruits incapable of repeating the glories of Austerlitz. 13.>es there exist a present parallel between Nopoleonic Many of those who opposed the reform continue to regard it as foolish and unnecessary^ but it cannot be said that far there have been any^f asterous consequences. Th day before the clocks w for the summer a large a Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at §l* per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market—$ 36s. "Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This grade carries our same guarantee as theBests." Any defective shingles can be returned. Also cheaper grade in stock April 6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS. {Continued on 3rd h M UTIL A TBD Tribune Modern Printhng


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Hamy bound mauc-Ar lo ihe l)na.ma.a of no .Master.
Vol. XIII. No. 19*
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULYS. 1916
Price. THREE CENTS
The Summer Of Decisi
,on.
-(at.
THREE
1 with
lie, I
', national convenl ions,
.1 lull measure of puli
excitement, have served
minnent.il-i 1 v to divert A men J
can attention fro II the progress,
"f events in Europe. Otldl)
Ml >u-41), in this relatively Iu iel
l>e(iod there ha* taken pi ire a
i 'in irkable i hange in the out
v.ml ippearanee of affairs. Un-
less all signs fail we an- now
inching the creates I crisis
i id' Germ in conditions? TI.e
q lestion can only be decided by
the events of this summer, but
it is lair to say now thai the
Vllies beli ve thai it exists *u4
that their whole strategy is
founded Oil this beJM f.
It is true that the German
arm\ of I,,i' is n(>l i|,e ,n mv ,,|
in |. The belt* i part of the
men who marched to Pai is, of.
Reels and soldiers alike, have
in th w .r"s .hisiocy since the long disappeared from the bat
I'"''1" "f tll M irne. He line. Those who Lave filled
So far three great campaigns] theii places are brave soldiers:
mam trained officers icmain;
but the flower of that army
whi( h so nearly repi ated Xa
poleon's greatest triumphs is
no more. Aid with it has d-
would be fatal if it came. The
alliance against Germany
stands us firm-*as that which j
overthrew Napoleon in 1813
'14; the condilions are the
same ; the odds against G< 1
many are at least comparable
to those against France.
The Allies will not be over
hasty in striking, because it is
doubtful if they can ever deal
another blow comparable with
that which is now to be expect-
ed. But no one can doubt that
the blow is BOOH to fall and
that the summer aiulautumnare
to decide whether the war is tobe
a drawn battle or a Germande i
feat. Germany's supreme effort
in the.offensive came in 1914;!
si
qi4, to M,y ioi_i. and the parted much of the legend of her second blow, in 1915. wai
.errrtan attack on Russia, German invincibility andof the|eal but inferior. She must
.Inch lasted from May to Sep moral "Ijff that came from the now endure the first organized
of the contestants,
si^nallv in
have been fought: the German
attack on France, which last- d
fr >!ii \ugust to November, 1914;
the Russian attack on Austria,
which endured from August,
1 .1 |.
(J
w
tember, IQ15. If one chooses, faith that Germany could
,. is possible to make a fourth he opposed, checked, even ten, f he. grealenemies. Since
of the Austro-Germau attack porarilv halted. The legend of Waterloo there has been no
upon Serbia, but this was rela Sedan died at the Marne,asth campaign so ehormous in its
tivelv mmor and political be- : "suri of Austerlitz" set at Leip meaning to mankind as that of |
'"V.' ",'V 'fS .,n' ',;,rv- tins summer must be, and since
Each ofthe three campaigns, [ the contest so far Germany ,8.3 no contest involving men
led to eliminate one has lost 4,000,000 men. She has of sn manv nationalities. As
lied not won a victory in the larger numbers, there is nothing in
tMirpose, but the sense, she bat made no great .history to compare with the
immediate resequences of the advance since Sept. niber, 191c. ,,sts thal are now to marc!l to
three were' to leave Germany lo i,)i4 she told her people fight and *o die.
and Austria in possession of France would disappear in six ______
much conquered '-rritorv. onlv weeks, and France has not dis THE EXTRA HOUR IN EUROPE,
overbalanced by the loss nM appeared. In 19.5 she told her In all the countries that bavs
-erman colonies and the use of people that Russia would disap adopted the late Mr. Willett'l
M S'" , 11 .i f!rear a military power in a plan for saving day-light the
Now, tlie cardinal doctrmeot few months and Un^is iarnan . 1 1 i-
... ex% monrns, ano kussi& is com people seem to have adjusted
' term in mihtarv writing has ,, hack- virtnriniia fn.m . ,, n '"* "'" Mcionous irom the themselves withoutdifiicutv to
l>een that dermanv urns allnck prnth to Priori Shr- inM !.. .1 -r j 11 t.
oj tun> r 11 r"Pei- sue told liei the reformed timetable. 1 here
and that < lerman success r-nuld neonle last nninnm lint , n 1- ... pcupic lasi auiumn mat the was no noting anvw heie no
onlv flow from success in the road to F"vnt was .men -,r,,l 1 i ir .,
., 1 ,". i*"'111 '' 'Ol'1 wa nttack in advance of4he com the War Kattetn menar^..!,! V 1 .1 Z .
uir .m ar i.asiein meuac e would ation of the stolen Jiour : in
plete mihtnrv and economic dpslmv Hritnin'v pmnim 1 i .1 1 ,,
1 .p oeiuoj nrnaiu s empire. cited, there was hard v anv
molMli/ation of Germany sf(.es,l All these things have not grumbling except am, > g farm
riusisprecselvtlieNapoleomc happened. On the contrary, e,s and agncul. irists. 1
doctrine, successfully asserted Russia, France, Britain with
in the Aurterlitz, Jena and,|talv into the bargain, are
Wgram campaigns. standing. Last year' Germany and would be" back punctualTy
Wa II know, hat Napoleon I whispered the magic word of next October beloedI tO rtcon
cmpire hnallv collapsed because neacc to her own nennln n.^i 1 r .1 w"t
his enemies were able to parry I h^rewas, ope-ce He t'h' T"l ? ''T W'' 0',,pr,n'
his first des.ru, (ive thrust both C u^ X ^u. ,t ^ ^ !er?,,,Sl "'''"''f T
41 \t 1 .1 V ta"<" nas f,one out into tne posed to tamnenn" wnh thr
in the Moscow ami in the Leip j market places of the world and dock iamPM,nB m t,,e
zie campaigns, and finally to clamored
A
Special :
Appeal -
on Behalf of B
tH Jrim 6,-H n lU A

a\
agriculturists. I'erliaps
the assurance that the hour was
only borrowed for the summer
_ peace victorious Another circumstance that
overpowerhiinbybrutestreng.hlpeace," to be sure, and the an- ma, have made iI easfer for
BVndM|J was""', rb\UZeVrX lmS Cme "' ar,,llei>'- ove'rsensitive patriots n Fig
-nd he_ was outnumbered and) Now, it is plain thai within hand was that the
an
compelledM Igbt three or four afew weeks, withinVwo monlh. 'cSs^e HV^7firTt
:,X. "CP; :. .. at t!l "lt,st. the Allies plan to they been left alone, then
Come .lent with this un.fica attack on all fronts. Perhaps in England would
tion of the enemies of Napoleon j the Russinn victories art the
was the drying up of the mili first signal. Austrian collapse
tary spirit of France and the already recalls the days of l.em
gradual annihilation of those | bergbut in the Lcniberg time
splendid armies born of the; Germany could turn east, for
Revolution, trained in the mar ; France and Britain were star/-
...Ml.... --------1- ..I '_. _!__ ( I "
vellous cycle of vic'ories f;om
Jemappes to Wagram and com-
manded by men who had earn-
German
Had
reform
have
amounted to accommodating
the standard meridian of Green
vvich to that of Rerlina trifl
ing consideration, perhaps, but
one which might mean much
in these days of unreasoning
Naturally a Healthy Mo.*.er
should feed her own efail I. and no cause, save inability,
should prevent her d Bat I r u
mothora who, though willing, cannot wholly or even
in'riiiilly, nurse their children Either t no
milk for them, or it i> poor in quality a-id deficient
in bui ' nance,
The Question then arises
what food should be given to Baby. Carefully consider
tlii- highly Important point. Remember, that the
right food, given at the proper w will lay a sure
foundation for future health and hapj knees. Ordinary
row's milk is totally unsuitable as a food for young
infants; it is acid, contains indigestibli curd and la
frequently swarming with dang run- germs, especially
in summertime. Farinaceous Foodsmust not begiven,aa
a child under six months of age cannot digest starch.
A Satisfactory Solution
ofthe difficult problem of feeding children by band is
provided by using the 'Alleiiburys Foods. Prepared
as directed, these pure Foods elo-ely resemble healthy
mother's milk in composition, nutritive value and
digestibility. They are the outcome of prolonged
scientific investigation, carried out with all the resources
of wide manufacturing facilitiea and experience.
Decide to use
she 'Allenburys' Foods. Bj so doing the many serious
ailnents which foil .. lh< use of un will
be avoided, and Baby will be equipped with sound
health and strength.
The Method of Simplicity and Certainty
zMlmbmgd Foods
MILK FOOD No. I.
From birth to 3 monthi.
MILK FOOD No. 2.
From J to 6 months.
MALTED FOOD No. 3.
From 6 moolbs upwards.
The 'Allenburys' Rusks (Malted).
A useful a.Miiien io babr'i data!* SUM 10 BMettu oil and ifter.
The 'Allenburyj' Food are mide und-r jpei i.il procetie*
by maejlinary, and re entirely untouched by hand.
fWrlte tor tree book "Infant Feeding and Manifcmrnl"
64 naoca of vmlnnUle Inl matlon tor every muffler.
Allen 8
A 1715.
Hanburys Ltd., London, England.
EitabhV. l 200 Years. A.D. 1915.
^X^e^'^^f^t^Jf^^
Raring under the first blow, national jealousy.
Today v.ermanv cannot turn
east without exposing herself
ad their, commissions on the j to deadly peril in the west. If
field of battle. In 1813 France she draws the troops back from
was weary Ol warand theGrand- the Balkans a blow will follow
Italy is already on the offen-
sive.
PatienUy there has come
about the thing Bernhardi
feared and, fearing, foretold
Army w is mainly a host of re-
cruits incapable of repeating
the glories of Austerlitz.
13.>es there exist a present
parallel between Nopoleonic
Many of those who opposed
the reform continue to regard
it as foolish and unnecessary^
but it cannot be said that
far there have been any^f
asterous consequences. Th
day before the clocks w
for the summer a large a
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at l*
per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market$ 36s.
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This grade carries our
same guarantee as theBests."
Any defective shingles can be returned.
Also cheaper grade in stock
April 6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS.
{Continued on 3rd h
M UTIL A TBD
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Editor ind Proprietor.
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Ttbe tribune
Silvirdcy. July 8. I9lh
We reproduce the follow
our boys have gone over be-
fore, most of whom are now
at the front. Some of them
have already fallen, and their
names have been inscribed on
the Roll of Honour. More
are needed and we have still
plenty of the physically fit
who can be spared. Conic
boys! join upand bike YOUR
share in the Empires glorious
victory over the enemies of
liberty.
:o:
We had the pleasure i f a
visit to Mr. H. K. M. John
son's Ice Plant on Thursday
morning last, ThePlant re
presents a large investment,
and it is quite an addition
to the Colony It is expect
ed to be ready for work-
about next month. Its ca
parity is 20 tons of ice per
day.
We were very favourably
are invited. The subject to
be considered,"The Gather
ing of Israel."
mg from "The Fires.d. Mag impressed and think
azme, which is published in Mr. Johnson's efforts in this
Oxford, England bj Master way deserve the highest ere
r. W IJnnn. He ,.vtri,t 1."
F. W. Dann. This extract
reveals the opinion of a school
b >y concerning "slark<
and though perhaps .1 little
extravagant in tone, shows
the temper of .the "'Old Conn
t ry" is roused, and that she
will not tolerate any shirk
ing of duty now.
SLACKERS.
1 S/iorr. description of a man
who will not risk his skin
to we hit flag.
You have seen him often,
i hat man, a fine specimen of
physical fitness, who saun j
ters aimlessly along smoking juiy> lhe and Am iun wasentered(through
the cellar) by a burglar, and
dit.
How is York Essay on
"What will happen to G< 1
manv ?" You have only ufl
til Wednesday next.
The southern side of the
Post Offii e presents quite a
gay appearance to-daya
number of fancy recruiting
posters, including portraits
of Lord Roberts, Lord Kitch-
ener, General Joffre, and \d
miral Jellicoe, beingdisplay
ed.
On Sunday night 1 st. 2nd
twilling 1 Walking sink, I
in hi. The man who nijo\
ing the luxuries of life al
lows hj brave biothers to
fight for him, who would let
his country go to the dogs
without stirring a finger to
6 were stoli n.
:o: -
The Entertainment at Buys
Central School held yesterday
afternoon under the p itrnnage
of His Excellency Sir \V. I..
,...... ........to .. ...._,.. L,,.......
help it, who sneers at those Allardyce was an unqualified
who, not like him, haved me success.
their duty and got wounded The entertainment was held
while phifkily defending io* in the Blind mnd Maim-
their glorious home and Em *'Soldiers an. Sailors Kund.
pire. These he laughs at U "'T m"^20'
. .... . ... which was very well imlced.
being fools. Why should he The master, teachtrsand boys
tight. Why should hi b. nr .ome a target for Germau finished etitertainmeni noi so
bullets ? The noble man who much for amount of monej col-
lected', but as furthei pr< ol that
the youngest as well as the old-
est among usare loyal and will-
in"; to do "our hit" for the Em-
pire.
I\ ery old (jrad. "f B, C. S.
nld have 1 pen there, foi
h In! "" \re 1 ed to sing and
t' II "I England's and the Em-
pire's glory, the youngst< is re
minded us yosterday that we
musi (I 1 and 1 u maintain
that filorj and hand it down
unsullied to furturegenerations.
I I IS EXCI Urn, J 5| I., 1 ( 11,,.
close of lhe meeting in his us-
ual patriotic and < nthusiasiii
strain. 1!< assured us thai while
the light was hard Victory
was certain and thai the tei ms
"f peace must be dictahd in
Berlin.
I he entertainment was closed
loo soon for lhe visitors by the
singing of God save t!i<' King.
:o:
asks himself these questions
lias not the pluck to tell
himself that he is a coward.
He is devoid of pluck
rHEREFORfi 1 : HAS NO
RIGHT TO C \U. II1M
SELF A BR1 IDS'. Wo are
not a n.Uiu 1 ! chicl 11
hearts. We d >',. I >ve 1 \
ards. The >lai r is an 1 >ul
ast, V mi bl >i m whom
we would no; tl -igu to touch.
ONE TO THE SOLDIER.
Talking of slackers re
minds me of a story I re id
in a newspaper the other day
The scene, took place, inside
a 'bus where one young g< nl
lem in physically fit, but not
in khaki was hanging to a
strap A soldier on short
I Mtvefrom the Front rose from
his seal and addressing the
slacker said politely lake
my seal Miss."
Two more, of on voting Ptchtd via Mil
men left Massu yesterday,"1 *I*MB?" wil
in response tothecallof Em "ni1 ''":'" "
pire; Messrs. Hen* is n R, 'll'' 4 "*!
Butler, and NeVille 1). Sands
They go to Canada to join
one of the Canadian Contin
gents We wish them "God
speed." Quite a number of
SHIPPING
The S.S. Monterey arrivrd
'from Havana on Thursday
evening, 6t!i July.
The motor vessel France*
E. arrived yesterday (Friday)
afternoon, 7th July from Mia
mi, 1'la. with a cargo of fur-
niture and Doors, and the
following 31 p tssengers:
Messrs. Thomas A1 bury,
I red Seymour; Thomas Rus;
sell, Jeremiah Strai han, Hen
derson Strachan, John H.
Johnson, Daniel Miller, \i. S.
Stratton, Reuben Rolle, Haz
iasMcKenzie,John VV Davis,
Joseph V. Griffin, Ike Man-
nings, Alfred Cornelius, Jolin
Major, Osborne Carey, Me
h k Nixon, Wilfred Cli ai
J II. Deverrie, William Zack
Carej Eric Bannister, Robert
Hutcheson, Willie Bodie,
II. Mathei 11,1..; Mesdames
Ellen Gibson, Mai ion Clai ke,
R. S. Stratton, Dinah M
Kinnev, Rebecca Edwards;
Miss Clotilda Black.
The S.S. Monterey sailed
for New York yesterday af-
ternoon (Friday) taking' the
following passengers:
Messrs George E. Church,
Henders n R. Butler, Neville.
D Sands, K. E. Hatch, Geo
T. Knowles, T. G. N. Bethel,
Hon. and Mis. J. Ronald
Young, Ma-tcr J. Ronald
Young, Rev. and Mrs. C. R.
C. Wal 1 field and infant, Mrs.
E. Danenhower, E. S. M.
Moore, I )relia A1 bury, Ed C.
Griffin and infant, C. O. An-
di rson; Misses Ida M. Connell
C Mansfield, E.A. Duncombe,
I onoi Mi Ni il, Mabel Ste
venson, Master John Danen-
hower.
Messrs. Theopbilus I'.
Knowles, II. W. s. Garner;
Mi sdames Annie Pariss, Eu
phemia I lavisand a children,
Leonora Rodgers and son.
Messrs. R. C. Adderley,
Thos L. (Griffin, Stanley A.
HeatEat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
-
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
Svinmonette; Mis Julia
ton.
Cargo shipped per
Monterey, hound for
York July 7th:
211 hah s ol Spi >nges, .5-1
bales Refuse Sponges, iiia
hales Sisal, 70 hales Sisal
Waste, 1 -' I ISI S 01 Canned
Pat
s. S.
New
Pineapples, 14 barrels K. C M II. A, tol.e;, 'mem
lie Libraries on the Islands,
v i z:
Green Turtle Cay,Abaco.
Augustus Roberts, Hei
bert (i. Higgs.
Governor's Harbour, Eleu.
Rev.. Herbert Moon,
Wilbcrt I). Griffin.
Rock Sound, lileu.--Rev. 1..
A. Wide, Miss Lottie
Sands.
I" irpitm Bay, Bleu.Mrs.
S. C). Carey, J. J. VY.
Knowles.
Harbour Island lileu. Rev.
A. I.. Horner. William
E. Higgs.
tnagua.J. D. Albury, A.
L. S\ iniiioneite.
Hope Toicn, Abaco. Rich-
aid Everitt Ihompson,
Thomas Hutchins Ma-
lone.
His Excellency the Gov-
ernoi has a< cepted the resig
nation from the Civil Si rvii e
of the Bahamasof John Stan
ley Lowe, temporary Cadet,
with effect from the 30th inst.
His Excellency the Gov
errior has bi en pleas. (| t,,
make the following appoinl
ments:
lion J. R. C. Young, M
in each month instead
weeklv as h letolore.
ol
Tenders will be r< 1 eivi d
at the offii e ol the Board ( I
Politage up to noon on Mon
da) 10th inst. foi the paint-
ing and overhauling of the
Buoys m lhe Harbour and
ancorages of New Provi
dene e.
Born On Thursday, 6th
July, to the wife of Mr. Edv
Roberts, Lightkeepi r. Greal
Isaacs a 11
Radiograms
7fh July, 1916.
London, 5:The entire
second position of the Gei
mans South of the So'mmc
ovei an extent of approxim
ately six miles has fallen in-
to the hands ol the French
who have a|80 captured t|,
village ol Hem near the
Northern extremity of theii
lineand have completed their
conquest of 1st.,,
Shells, 22 empty Steel bai he, of the Board of Health British line hasappar-
rels, 10 packed 'king for the Colony, vire Dr. VV enll-v f;llle'', '"'advance e\-
pots, a packages sundries. A. Pitt, resigned, and for "P.1.1 iii^ertnin 1
: '' lhe rein lining period of |h,
COMMUNIC \Tl l> trendirrg3is( March, 1917,
CRICKET
A pui it in a ho, i t| %m
iquare, Ntw Yorkrity, thui defined tin
"
-A s; me is a long, limber i
oui ne oul. .in
"ii the other." -Pippin. m ,.
THE SAME WAY.
It was an auk \ ,,, \.,, .,
"' : toi I Mi,-,.
"Colonel," lie laid, "how o , fe,.|
when you kill ;u,.
,'" ' i"" I." the Col ml
now do you "
1' 1 ireign
MAILS.
Mails
Mian
-*:o:i
Services in the
Adventisl Chapj
Shirley Street a I
night July 9th, ti
A match beivecn the K. I. C
C. and the VV. J. C. C. was
played yesterday 1 Friday), nnd
resultt d in an easj victorj for
th"\Viiss;iu" Bpys; the "Sur
rev I'nixs" piav. I firsl nnd com
piled the respei table icori
35 ; the "Wasseu" replied with
ou 1 npr to. i!:f! superiority
Pickering ami O. John
patting. ,
ui n match will he pin \
riday evening next o
em Parade. n
1:
FROM
IT NOTICES.
has heen
Blinate tl|..
of Pub.
tors as the Hiilish wai offii e
puts it.
None of the ground ^ain
'a! bv I'm itish was
u c , '' ".x ->imisii was oeen lost
I. W.SauB* rstobe 1'nl,- lll)U.,ver ;m(| J
he Vaccinator for rlatch.l statement of tlw British tha
,,;,V'KI"" the fighting all Mong the
d wr w- 1 hattle frrnit has mostly in
! \\. >a-le,s to be a4lhcnatureoflocal tl*
member ol the heed Board for ihe possession of stfong
of Works and off,h. Local positions would seem to i"J\
Board d Health for Gregory rat,e that ench side is' devot
1 own and Halchel Bay, Eleu.
for the remaining period of
the ve.ir Hiding 51st March,
19.17.
SEPARATION AtLOWANCE.
Not ii e is given that aftei
the 39th inst. all pe s< us en-
tilled to Separation Allow-
ance, in connect ion with the
Bahamas Contingent, will
he paid on the last Saturday
ing particular attention lo
the organization of its posi
lions and the strengthening
fits hand for further attacks
or defense.
The number of German
prisoners reported by the
British and Frem h hasreai h
ed about 16.000 w hile the
German losses have been un
officially estimated al 60
000.




X




The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 8, 1916,
>t

On their pan I he Germans
rep >it tlte taking oi'M con
siderable lunnber of British
soldiers.
London, 5: Heavy light
ing c yftinuud 1 hroughoul
the night in tlte neighbour
hood ol Vncrees an I Sdmme
s.ivs- in ()fjicial st 1 lenient
whuh was given out here to
,1 ry. We made funItei pr< 1
gress it certaip important
points. German artillery
li ,, l) <:) intensely active In
cci tain sectors.
In thr 11 ugiibourhood of
Thiepvil two determined at
tucks on our new trenches
were beaten off with losses
to the enemy.
I'll re were 110 important
devel >p units "" the rest of
our front.. Ii tnd-to liarjd
fighting and bombing he
t w.....i) the Aocre and Hie
S )in u Five hundred more
pris mere have been taken by
;: i since 1 he nu nb \t Last n
p irted,
Washington, 5 Eai ly re
sumption nl fj idridly diplom
atic c mversatii >ns with the
dej icto g<(vernmenl of Mi xi
ca to the end that peace and
order m iv be restored in
Northern Mexico and along
I border is expected ; 1 .
i >d iv i.i he the n xt step. 0
the Iruited Mate-, in its rein
tions with its Southern
neighbour. I'lie crisis prei ipi
tuted by Villa's raid on Col-
umbus Mew Mexico and cul
ininattng in the light at Car
rizel I" t wei n American and
.Mexican troops appear
ed tonight to have been dis
sipated by an amicable note
from General Carranza pres-
entc'd today by Ins amb 1 1
dor designate here.
The note suggests that dif
nces between the govern
mi nts be s-'tt led by in' dia
lion or by direct negotiations
It is rein 11 kable for it brevi
ty. Its respe tful and friend
Iv tone and absolute lack of
WMMpgtoig -The Hurricane
caused m.ich damage in Missis*
S'DP'. Main,,,......I |.'|,
and many ll\ es are reported lo
have been I
:o:
Bi itisli BteAmer Lestris near the
English coast
tokio, 7: \ Russian, Japen
convent ion w as signed at
Pel royrad on July 31 rj. li pro
hart
fuly 1016
I on,Ion r 1 J1" "" nrrangemeiil or
' ""'ion, (,, (.,,,, mans |.I1M|
^-*hed violtul counter attacks
m ho,,,, of stopping Pre .,!,
"/my. Both e :ds of jiiffre'i
[ne under heavy attacks but
I'-his reports that thev h
!"' repulsed sue. essfully.
Situation in tin Verdun re
K,0/ remains itnchangred
British claim furtherprogn ss
1 '"' Vustro i- rmans loses
111 I'-ast aie declared to be
nearly 500 men. half
"' whom are prisoners. Im
mense qaantitj of war muni
t*orre wen captun d.
Mobile, Alabama. 6: -'I M
fides thai the pai lies take
political
combination dire< ainsi
Russia r Japan. If the parties
tei 1 itoria I 1 ights r special in
ten -t in the Far Easl are men
i Japan nnd Russia will
consult each other on measure to
support and d Ira I these rights
and interests.
:o:
THE OriNQ SUFFER NOT.
I he act ol dying, il is now
av ei tained, is absolute!) free
from suffei ing : it is really
1 1 ns :ious, insensibility al
1 eding it. Any
anguish I al.....i
mortal I In
LOGWOOD
SISAL
W
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
Logwood sold at 2\ p. c. according to quantity
s >W at 1 i |> c according to quantity
Prompt and careful attention given to all consignments
Offices:j |2 Lav St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Xe.11 City Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
......" """ "o 0111
" '" east '7 lives and iheck) who
Property dam ,ge which may have 1
!ota' several million dollars had been sun
1,1 l,,e tropical stoirni which bom,- witness. Sudden 1
;:,:''l'' l';"1 ('"lf coast violent death, shocking to
.;\V 7'1 IV and ''.hurwlay the senses, maj not I
bably is not. painful
victim. I )iow uing, hanging,
freezing, shooting, falling
from a height, poisoning of
many kinds, beget st m or 01
numbness of the nerv s,
which i; incompatible with
1 'v been ri ported with
'"''' '" ally every town in
'he devastati d district heard
from.
Ml Ike d( atlis thus f.,r report
ed nee,in,-,,1 Thursday mar Be
I't, Uab upa. All were Ne
groes. Resorts a4ong the coast
in the vicinity of Mobile have
not been heard from and it is
feared ibere ,IMV have |,ee|)
Home fatalities at those plai es.
rhere was no loss nf life in ei-
1 Mobile ,,, Pensacola (lie
large*) cities in the storms path
according to messai ived
from those placi
Washington, 7th : -The \m
ei lean note formally accepting
ranzas proposal th.it differ :
Hied by direct nego
tiation has been handed to the
Mexican Ambassador.
I'" f*i .
Pah Excellei
the 1 an I Lady A liar-
dyce.
A CONCERT
BH
2nd. Bahamas Girl Guides
in S. Andrew's Hall on lues
day, August 1st in aid of th<
Ked Cr
NOTICE
THIS is li inform my
Patrons and the Public,
that I di \ e open- d my
Public DI Smith SI
and anr 1 h adj to do
anything in the lim ofGi ne-
ral n pair01 new woi k Horsi
shoi ing a spe ially. All work
done Mechanically
P. A. HUY1 ER.
Si n-at ion. Pi rsons w ho hare
j met with such accidents, and
survived them, testify to tins
Records to the effect are mini
ber less.Jnnius H. Browne.
SUFFERING
A Sermon for the fourth Sunday
after Trinity.
Romans \ 111, 18. "1 reckon thai
the sufferings of this present
time pared with-the glory which
shall ie revealed in us."
any of the insolent language earldom
London, 7: David Lloyd
George was yesterda) appoint
ed S en far) of War. Sir Ed
ward Grey, present Secret irj
of Foreign Vffairs. received an
winch characterized the last
two c immunications from
the defactO government. Il
treats as a closed incident
the exchange of unfriendly
commuriical ions w li i c h
brought war almost within
sight.
:o:
8th July 1916.
London:The Germans are
attacking furiously at Ancore.
It is reported that they have
mule some gains at Thiepvil
Reports from Paris say that the
Germans have been compelled
to withdraw some of their forces
from Verdun.
The Russian persuitofthe
Austrians in Bukowina contin
ues. The Kussiansnre on the of-
fensive from Ivig.t to Baronovi
chi.
Swiss Socialistic newspapers
publish extrac'.s from a manifes-
to which is being distributed
throughout the German Empire.
It opposes the continuance of the
war and calls on men and women
of the working classes against
its continuance.
It Isunoffically reported from
Petrogjad that the German line
in the Cast is being moved back
wards. General Bothmers army
in Galicia has been compelled
to withdraw owing to strong
Russian attacks. This is admitt -
ed bv the German war office.
Karl Derby has been appoint
ed I) iid t Secretary of War.
Paris: Quiet prevailed last
night on both sides of the
Somtne River. A captured Gr
man position on Santerre Plat
au contained a piano, brass
bedsteads and hot and cold wa-
ter supply.
I. hi do 11, 7:The British eap-
turcd a German trench one
thousand yards 111 length East
of LaBoisselle in the Somme
region. Ilere has been violent
lighting ne.,r Ancre Brook.
The Russians have begun a
tremendous offensive on the
Riga l'i nit and then ntillerv is
destroying German trenches.
I'll'- Russians are now firing 50
shells against one
shell
18
months ago. The iermans after
a triple defe it, at
and Baranovichi
their whole front
West.
Riga, Kolki
have move I
towards the
London, 7: -In the region of
Thaipval, Trance, the Germans
regained a section of lost ground
London, 7:The British
steamship (Jamie!, unarmed, has
been sunk-.
Berlin. 7: -Tha salient in the
German lines in Volhvnia pro
jecting towards Qcartorysk has
1 abandoned under superior
Russian pressure. A new lint of
defense has been selected
A portion of the German high
seas fleet secured as a prize the/share His
I The prest nl is a lime of
suffering, even more so than in
the days when the bloodthirst)
Nero ruled the Roman Empire.
St. Paul does not say that the
sufferings of his felloiv Chris
tiaus ate unworthy of notice.
On the Contrary I e had an in-
tense sympath) with them.
Vet he says "Any that w ill live
godly must suffer persecution."
It is so today. Many a 111.11
finds it harder to bear sneers at
his religion than to fight in the
tn nelies. It needs true Chris
tian courage to endure scorn
because we are faithfui lo our
Master ami His Church. But
the Holy Apostle would have
us keep in view the reward of
laithfuluess and steadfastness
the heavenly glory, with which
the pi, sent p, is, i ution and
sorrows cannot be compared.
II. In the verse preceding the
text St. Paul shows how our
sufferings join us to Jesus Christ
'we suffer with Him, that wt
may be also glorified together."
The martyrs and oonfessors of
the Church were partaken of
the sufferings of their Master.
St Raul, who Himself suffered
terrible persecutions, seems to
have derived great comfort from
this thought, for he reminds
Timothj that "If we be dead
with I lim, we shall also live
With 111111 : if we suffer, we
shall also reign with Him."
There are three ways in which
we suffer with Clnist : 1.
bearing the "contrndictift
sinners". To true Chri
contact with wickedne
painful experience. Itw.
more painful to thi
viour, who in cacl
act was "separate
and who came
pie from then
2. In temi
"I Ie knows what sore temp
tations are,
Koi I Ie has felt the sa......"
3. Then there are the s< 1
rows uommou to all men.
I hese have a new meaning for
those who, in the spirit of [esus
Christ' 'take up the cross'.' The
-apostles "rejoiced that the}
were accounted worthy to suf
fer shame for His Name".
Ill Then St. Paul turns from
the dark side to the blight. He
contrasts the suffering with the
glorv. 'I hose who aie mem
hers id Christ, and who live in
fellowship with theii Lord's
sun, lings, w ill share I lis gl< ry.
Idiere are four things to he
remembered about tl is glory,
as the text points out :
1. Its dignity and splendour.
(>ur future life is to he a glori
ous one.
j. Its duration is eternal,
while the Sufferings are only for
"this present time."
3. It is "to be revealed," sa\s
St. Raul, this means thnt all
men will one day see that God
public Iv owns US as I I is children.
4. Theglory will berevealed
"ill us", and not only to US. It
will satisfy our dei pesl longings,
This text, then, shows the
ground ol our Christian 1 lope,
a hope which has sustained the
children of God in every age
when they have witnessed to
Christ by their labours and suf
fenngsour ancient hymns of
the Church, (such as the "Te
Deum") are the songs of God's
people who have suflered much,
but the Glory lias quenched
their pains. Our text is the
statement of a Saint of God
who has added up the profit
and the loss of suffering, and he
says, when lie has compared the
two, "I reckon" (that is, I deli
berately calculate) that the suf
fering of this present lime are
not worthy to he compared with
the glory which shall be reveal
ed in us."
1 '1 ntim I . m 1 .-t page)
ly of farmers in England adopt
1 i< solution "te 1 re ;if
fai a !, to real tune, as
shown by the sun, in the ar-
ian, I work on the farms
ami to lake as little notice as
we can ol the sham time that
will be shown by public clocks."
I lofortunately, when a whole
nation is shamming the sincere
minority have little chance for
a heanng, and in all probability
the farmers will hud it con
venient soon, 1 or hit, 1 to fall in
ith the laid. It is tpue that
on the i'n~i day (d summer tin e
they were l< yallj I at I., i their cattle, and some daiiv men
took a malicious delight in de
liyering ,-, shoii supplj of milk,
with the explanation that the
cows had so far refused to ie
cognise the authority of Par
1 I.I Illt.Il t.
IOTICE
plants and refresh-
lr the patronage f
cy the Governor
l.ndvce -will be
n\. 14th hist in
It he Victoria Hall
fTlie Soldiers and
at 4 o'clock.
Id.
As economy is the chief ob
jeet aimed at, it is disconcert
mg to find that the consumption
of petrol has been greatly in
1 1 < a-,,! bj the 1 han^e in the
doubth SS be disci \ r d in tune,
hut in the meantime the difli'
!culties are so slight that the
opponents of the measure are
obliged to imagine extraordi
nan p SSl'bilities, su< h as the
birth ol twins bi twaen summer
and Greenwich time.
The case is put ihus : "If the
Ider child be born at 12:50
I summer time, and the younger
at 11.1 -, (in nwich time, the
youngi 1 w ill be forty five mi
nutOS older than the elder child,
since the time of each birth'
will be legal And the babies
ina\ he boys, nnd one or other
may be heir to a title. Would
the elder boy be disinherited
by the summer time act ?"
It would be a nice question
for the lawyers to wrangle over,
hut if daylight saving entails
no graver difficulties it will
probably survive the w'ar.
New York Tribune.
WANTED
AN iNTnuiei .: youK n,a.
Also a hri(jlit bov to deliver
papers in the City nnd a portion
of the Eastern district. Doy must
live in the Lnstern District.
Apply Ten: v; Oi i,ck.
/


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturdy July 8, 1916,
--?^!H!
Waltham Watch
at Low Price.
ONK-THIHD SAVED,
or 18.57 Is Our Low Price lor
this On t' 18 SUB. I nil Until 1 m;
KLlU blLVKK or 10 Vf'H'
irantccd GOLD-FILLLI)
7 JEWEL Wa.lhftlii M .
35/-
ptiiaai tww WL,I>-1 ibbiit/ v n.-H",
' 7 JEWEL VVa.sliH
^ .*^V. SLA ,J
... *S pinnweli|lit hrlca 12 160 KIM ^BB 7*
i.....,.n I, ...nil, ,l I i I mi i, .. ,nut!t.-l or En..i ^Mttffl''',<*
n. ub fhtaM IM Oarwr iiiinnl In earn 'M'l W' /
nt'vlnftl ^yib'
<.u .ru.ll .M.l.la M irf I..M.I. lull!.!. l>atM. or ^^^^^^^
Mn.Co'd-Fllled i iranti
U Years
Sol. Solid Gold < v, in.

i ltc\ Solid Odd I i
DR/ftKz
Welch's Grape uuice.
I 'ni>lra V- every "W-liham Watch sold by unforalr-m rf rjVE
Years against all defects In material and worn
isat'al
"l ,i roni m if in fu't lucluding ai.i. i
I ml M. WE GUARANTEE
mon if aft. I N
-, and no wii
v pnld 0111
TUC rt&QPR a.oof EnitlUh Manufacture and made by the well miowi.
nc. VH9b9 Dennison Watch Case Co., faraoas lor i.....lu tt
.., i Watch i
ill' n Gold Filled <
1i VTt Mndlnif k'iiarantf so protect von. We* w 1 replace, sir* :\U>\) KKKK 01
CHAKOK. inj v. i. Case sold b] a thai man oat wltnln tl of year*
FREE CATALOGUE UMA
YOU our Complex lliustr.tted Catalogue sIvinM a
,ii of nearly atnousand
.- rUs, and Aitn-ii'Mi Wtiu-Iu-s, Including a
1 over sou Wfalthioi WaUsbea, alto I ae
14 .1
; t
r. ....:.-
Write to-day for this Inter.' nnl Catalogue. It will
-1 Mm Ivtimv ki Pounds.
duality considered we rtun antaa to show you a
savin* of at least ONK-'i .:' Ii. ! w!i I
In full. Inclm i ai i
paid oat i .... i Ranh for
ih. Bankers: I.-.t"l"'i city mnl
Midland Bank,Ltd-.4i,Co I.mrliuid.
blKCIAI. WAR GUAHANTKK
WK GUARANTEE the safe delivery of all
our Goods durum tin- \* i thou
it in trai
I hem Hliw)lnt.-l I i.i i i >l CllAl.GI
V
Ti
Walthwm Movement. 16
6X1 ! i
tttiiilic-hr.fi IRdfit '
Manufacturers and Merchants, MaW, teinprred ite<
Whole>ale and Export, barn>ll avpoai whet % fully
FEARS LTD.
198. BRISTOL BKIDG). BRISTOL, England. tfiiaranlMd for FIVE Yrnrt.
* ^MBBaBBlMalaWB^aBBBBBW JBBHBBMnB
J
SXSSSA&VfWQ
Keeping Guard
HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen
must bear in this season of national peril, other
than lighting for the flag. Not the least of these
11reserving the balance ol trade.
T
-THI
SHOE H STUBS
mi guard, and in spite of the advancing pi ice of leather
ind the increase in the wages of the factory workers, have
succeeded in securing'the largest order of its history.
This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up
2io casls containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all,
all marked with the Big Four's Slogan
With these reinf
able to keep the eneinj High Pi
ARROW
COLLAR
If you will give these
collars a trial and keep
track of their many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
their worth.
OS SAI.K AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLl'l.n, PEABOOY A- CO., Inc.
MAKERS, Tld IV. N. V. V., S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
1' \< lusive Agent.
Thp "Best" Light.
AS )PT, luminous light,
whirl] rasts no shadow.
Brighter than electricity or
acetylene. Makes and bums
its own gas. Cost 2 cents a
week.
No diit, smoke nor odor.
()\-1 r 20O styles, ranging from
too i" 2000 candle piw< r
Absolutely guaranteed.
Write For illustrated cata-
logue,
THE BEST LIGHT CO.
324 /. "5th St., Canton, 0.
NOTICE
During my absence from
the Colony, Mr. J. Samuel
Knowles will act as my At-
torney.
G. T. KNOWLES,
Prop. Big 4 ShOf Store.
Nassau, June 7, 1916.
PRICES.
{jiarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints. Is. 4d., "
15s. per do/.
| Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per do/..
1 Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per do/..
$ BLACK'S
222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Phone 214 East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethel 1
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirits
MTJ
1 mit limn
corners ina? rely on purchasing at the old price! in
spit- of Tariff rumours aud rising quotations iu the Mar-
kets abroad.
G, T, KNOWLES, rop Big- 4,
Bay Bl [Spong* I lianj
. .
LOST.
^ 1 .terday, July 6A quant-
ity of Milk Bills. Finder,
Bis Pour will be kindly return to
1 its territpTand T. Mr KNOWLES,
"r
TribCme Oppicb.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his
fi ii nds and the Public
that h- has just ceiyed 9
te 0 lfi< T facilitii c
In business "I an under-
taker, vv Inch pl< 1 S I.im in n
position I'" "I y out f uncials
thai may be enlrusU d to his
with system and d
patch ; and ifullv soli
Get my
e 1 1-1 and prove tha
hey are for
it 1 laSS work.
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
Under the auspii es of
THE ST. ANDREW SOCIETY OF THI BAHAMAS
Patron
His Excellencj s>ir William 1. Allardyce, K. C. M. G.,Governor
Appeal Commit tee
Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, M E. C.
Honourable Hatcunrl Malcolm, K. C. I. S Hilton, Esquire.'
Honourable J R.C Young, M E C. O. F. Pikcliard, Esquire
J.onourable William Miller, M. L.C. A. Kenneth Solomon, M
II M. Rae, Esquire. 11. A Esquire.
Honorar
I. (\ P.i i(<\ M. 11, A K- j 1 e, Cyril F. Solomon, Esquire,
I
Dont Forget
WM. HILTON
\\.\-. St.
has
INE ASSORTMEN1
[ v liitc siunme
IC\ UDINH
,-" 1 sriII suitab-
idies, Skirls
at i/-
Sold by
W. Hilton
260 Hay St


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